Monthly Archives: October 2014

Internet education or…

After spending one hour reading up on WordPress.com or WordPress.org, and all it has to offer, I need to choose, based on my age, catching up on thirty years of lost computer knowledge, or an update of the three r’s. … Continue reading

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Virtual Volunteerism

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
“We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.” Author Cynthia Ozick’s words ring a resounding bell for me. Since reading them, I’ve made it a priority to show appreciation…

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Engaged, Inspired, and Ready to Build a Better Web

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Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Automattic is a distributed company — we all work from wherever we are. Right now, “where we are” is 197 cities around the world: New Orleans, USA. Montevideo, Uruguay. Tokyo, Japan. Vilnius, Lithuania. Once…

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